By Tom Quiner

Promiscuous gay men increase their risk of prostate cancer.

Doctors in Montreal surveyed 3200 people on their sexual and disease history.

Data reveals that men who only sleep with men and who had sex with at least 20 different partners in their lifetime had double the incidence of prostate cancer than men who have never slept with men.

This is another nail in the coffin of the gay lifestyle. This blog discussed other health risks associated with men who have sex with men in an earlier post: “We do owe those with same-sex attractions an apology.”

Pointing out what is wrong with the gay lifestyle automatically gets one labeled as a “homophobe” or “gay basher” or simply a “hater.”

I have presented simple data. Data in my earlier post is even more insidious regarding disease associated with an active gay lifestyle.

But prostate cancer alone is nothing to mess with. My father died of it at age 65.

It would be unloving to encourage someone to pursue such a high risk lifestyle, wouldn’t it?

Smoking cuts some 13.5 years off a person’s life on average. An active gay lifestyle cuts two full decades.

Parents and our entire culture discourage our kids from smoking. So why celebrate a lifestyle that is 150% riskier than smoking?

As Pope Francis recently suggested, we need to walk pastorally with our sons and brothers by encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.

2 Comments

  1. oarubio on July 15, 2016 at 10:44 am

    Painful topic for both of us. I had surgery for prostate cancer last month — hospital scheduled it on my patron saint’s day!.

    However, it delayed the final announcements for our wedding as it could have created one of the three impediments to marriage that even the pope cannot give dispensation. Fortunately, it didn’t happen. But as many don’t know, the recovery is slow.

    While my situation has nothing to do with lifestyle (unless abstinence is a “cause” 😀 ), my hope is that men pay attention to blood tests and exams/ biopsy if warranted. My condition came out of the blue.

    • quinersdiner on July 15, 2016 at 10:54 am

      God bless you during your recovery. May you have peace of mind knowing you selected the right treatment.

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